The district governor said that the missile strikes on Lviv killed at least six people

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10:05 AM : Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Russia has become the most punished country in the world. For many Russians, among the hundreds of sanctions imposed on the country, there is a particular problem on a daily basis: Russian credit cards no longer work abroad, just as foreign cards no longer work in Russia, abroad. Except for the countries of the former USSR. As a result, more and more of them are going abroad only to open an account and receive a bank card.

09:34 : The governor of the Lviv region said that the Russian missile strikes on this major western city left at least six dead and eight wounded.

09:11 : What were the Russians aiming for in Lviv, a city in western Ukraine? “It’s definitely civilian infrastructure.”And Advertisement on BFMTV Serhi KeralDeputy Mayor of Lviv.

09:08 : It’s a little over nine in the morning, here are the headlines:

• After six days of the second round, and two days of discussion, Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron accused each other “To hide” population. Follow the situation in our lives.

• five “strong” Russian rocket-propelled grenades hit Lviv, a large city in western Ukraine, but it escaped the fighting. No report has been reported at this time. Follow the situation in our lives.

• China reported three deaths from Covid-19 in Shanghai, the first officially announced case since containment began at the end of March in the Chinese economic capital.

• For people at high risk and away from the health care system, only operations“moving towards” carried out by unstable mobile psychiatry teams, making it possible to take charge of their mental health. Here is an immersion within one of these teams.

08:53 : Lviv is close to the border between Poland and Ukraine. It became a refuge city for the displaced.

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08:49 : “The Russians continue to brutally attack Ukrainian cities from the air, declaring to the world their right to … kill Ukrainians”Mikhailo Podolak, advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

08:48 : The mayor of Lviv, Andrich Sadovy, assured that the assistance went immediately and was not evaluated in the near future.

08:47 : five “strong” Russian missiles hit Lviv, a major city in western Ukraine, which has largely escaped the fighting

06:42 : “The Ukrainians will not give up. The Ukrainians will win.” That is the feeling of Pascal Poitou, a Frenchman living in Kyiv who was interviewed last night on franceinfo. Immediately, in the capital, life gradually resumes. “The Ukrainians understood that the situation will continue, that it will not end overnight (…) So, we have to resume normal life. We have to start making money again because Ukrainians do not have that much savings”He says.

06:34 : “Russian soldiers are preparing to launch an offensive in the east of our country in the near future. They literally want to eliminate and destroy Donbass.”

In a video message, Volodymyr Zelensky Confirms that Ukrainian soldiers trapped in Mariupol will fight “to the end”. As for the Moscow project, the Ukrainian president says: “Just as the Russian army is destroying Mariupol, they want to eliminate other cities and other communities in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.”

06:08 : It’s sixth, and here are the headlines:

• Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of coercion “Demolition“The entire eastern region of Donbass. With the deadline for the Russian army’s ultimatum to the last Ukrainian soldiers to evacuate Mariupol, Volodymyr Zelensky promises that the besieged army is called to fight “to the end”.

• The last straight line of Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron. Six days before the second round, supporters of the Republican Party candidate denounced “stink ball”: accused of embezzling European funds amounting to 137,000 euros by the European Anti-fraud Office.

• China reported three deaths from Covid-19 in Shanghai, the first officially announced case since containment began at the end of March in the Chinese economic capital.

• The Dutchman, Dylan van Barel, won the Paris Rubiks alone, ahead of the favorite Wut van Aert. And Adrien Petit, the first Frenchman, finished sixth. Here is the race summary.

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